There are a few reasons you might want to scrap someone on Instagram without blocking them. Maybe you had a falling out with a friend and want to avoid their posts without completely cutting them out of your life. Or maybe you just want to take a break from someone’s excessive posting without un following them altogether. Whatever the reason, there are a few ways you can do this.
One option is to mute their account. This means that you will still be following them, but you will no longer see their posts in your feed. To do this, go to their profile and click the three dots in the upper right corner. From there, select “mute.”
Another option is to use a third-party app like InstaBlock or Unfollowgram. These apps allow you to block someone’s posts without actually un following or blocking them on Instagram.
Finally, if you really want to cut someone out of your life, you can always just block them outright. This will prevent them from being able to view your profile or see your posts in their feed. To do this, go to their profile and click the three dots in the upper right corner again. From there, select “block.”
1. To reduce the chances of being detected and blocked by Instagram.
2. To avoid having your account flagged and banned by Instagram.
3. To increase the speed and reliability of your connection to Instagram.
Set a Real User Agent
A Real User Agent is a web browser that identifies itself as a specific browser or device. By setting your web browser to identify itself as a specific device, you can bypass some of the blocks that Instagram has in place.
There are many different ways to set a Real User Agent, but we recommend using the following method:
1) Download and install the “User-Agent Switcher” extension for your web browser. 2) Open the extension’s options and add the following entry:
Name: i phone 6 User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (i phone; CPU i phone OS 8_0 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/600.1.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/8.0 Mobile/12A365 Safari/600.1.
Set Other Request Headers
When you want to scrap someone on Instagram without blocking them, you can set other request headers in your request. This will ensure that your request is not blocked by Instagram’s servers.
Set Random Intervals In Between Your Requests
If you’ve ever been in the situation where you want to scrap someone on Instagram but don’t want to block them, there is a way to do it without blocking them. You can set random intervals in between your requests so that they won’t suspect anything. For example, if you’re sending 10 requests in a row, send one every 5 minutes or so. This will make it less obvious that you’re trying to scrap them.
Set a Referrer
There are a few different ways that you can scrap someone on Instagram without blocking them. One way is to set a referrer. When you set a referrer, it means that you are telling Instagram that you do not want to see any of the content from that person in your feed. If you have someone blocked on Instagram, they will not be able to see your content either. But, if you just set a referrer, then they will still be able to see your content, just not in their feed.
Use a Headless Browser
Headless browsers are web browsers without a graphical user interface. They are used for automating web testing, as well as web scraping and crawling.
There are many benefits to using a headless browser for web scraping and crawling. Headless browsers can be faster and more efficient than traditional web browsers, because they don’t have to load all of the extra resources that a graphical user interface requires. They also make it easy to simulate different user agents, which is important for compatibility testing. And because they don’t have a GUI, headless browsers can be run on servers without a display screen or keyboard attached – making them ideal for running automated tasks in the background.
There are several different headless browser options available, including PhantomJS, SlimerJS, and TrifleJS. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses, so it’s important to choose the right one for your particular needs.
Avoid Honeypot Traps
When you’re trying to avoid someone on Instagram, you need to be careful of honeypot traps. A honeypot trap is when someone sets up an account that looks like it’s inactive, but is really just a way to lure in people who are trying to avoid them. Here are some tips for avoiding honeypot traps:
– Don’t accept follow requests from people you don’t know. If someone you don’t know tries to follow you, they may be setting a trap.
– Be suspicious of accounts with few or no posts. If an account has very few posts, it may be a fake account set up to bait people.
– Check the profile photo carefully. Is it a generic photo? Is it a photo that’s been edited? These could be signs that the account is fake.
– Be cautious of accounts that only post links. Accounts that only post links are usually spam accounts and should be avoided.
Detect Website Changes
There are a few reasons you might want to keep tabs on changes to a website. Maybe you’re waiting for an announcement or maybe you want to keep track of a competitor. Whatever the reason, there are a few different ways to go about it.
One way is to manually check the website yourself every so often. This can be time-consuming, and if you’re checking multiple websites, it can start to feel like a second job.
If you want to automate the process, there are a couple of different options available. Some people use RSS feeds, which can be effective but have their own drawbacks (like only getting notifications after changes have been made). Others use change-tracking services, which tend to be more reliable but also more expensive.
Depending on your needs, one of these methods (or a combination thereof) should work for you. Let’s take a look at each in turn.